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  • Kreek, M. de. (2011). Multilevel participation within on-line collections of local memories as a practice of cultural citizenship. In Digital Strategies for Cultural Heritage 2011. Rotterdam: Digital Heritage Netherlands. Retrieved from
  • Kreek, M. de. (2014). Empowerment from a narrative perspective: learning from local memory websites. In 2014 Digital Methods Mini-conference – My sentiments exactly: On methods of early warning, detection and monitoring through online and social media. Amsterdam: Digital Methods Initiative – University of Amsterdam.
  • Kreek, M. de. (2014) Evolving Empowerment in an Online Community Collecting Memories of Amsterdam EastChallenges and Solutions.  CIRN Prato Conference 2014.  Eds, Larry Stillman, Tom Denison, Centre for Community and Social Informatics, Faculty of IT, Monash University. ISBN: 978-0-9874652-3-8
  • Kreek, M. de, & Oosterbroek, M. (2013). The Future of Local Memory Websites as Empowering Niches in Amsterdam. In J. A. Botia & D. Charitos (Eds.), Workshop Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (pp. 653–662). IOS Press. doi:10.3233/978-1-61499-286-8-653
  • Kreek, M. de, & Zoonen, L. van. (2013a). Mapping an emerging field: local memory websites. In L. Stillman, A. Sabiescu, & N. Memarovic (Eds.), Nexus, Confluence, and Difference: Community Archives meets Community Informatics – Prato CIRN Conference Oct 28-30 2013. Prato Italy: Monash Uiversity.
  • Kreek, M. de, & Zoonen, L. van. (2013b). New Directions in Research on Local Memory Websites. Journal of Social Intervention: Theory and Practice, 22(2), 113–130. Retrieved from
  • Lappia, J., Kreek, M. de, & Thij, E. ten. (2006). Redesigning a Knowledge Portal. In Current developments in Technology-assisted learning, Vol II. Badajoz: Formatex. Retrieved from
  • Otjens, A., Kuyper, A., Khiri, I., Kreek, M. de, Keijser, T. de, & Goilo, J. C. (2014). Psychogeographies of Amsterdam East. In 2014 Digital Methods Winter School – Results Data Sprint Project. Amsterdam: Digital Methods Initiative – University of Amsterdam. Retrieved from

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